Sea Limited

Broker's Calls

No near-term impact on incumbent banks following digital licence announcement: analysts

The race is on for successful awardees of the digital banking licences in Singapore to begin operations in early-2022, with incumbent banks safe for now, say analysts. 

Sea gets a 'buy' from DBS, despite net loss of US$420.6 million in 3Q2020 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Sea gets a 'buy' from DBS, despite net loss of US$420.6 million in 3Q2020

DBS Group Research is maintaining its ‘buy’ call on technology firm Sea, at a revised target price of US$204 ($274.70).

Sea ups the ante with stronger-than-expected 3Q20 results: CGS-CIMB - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Broker's Calls

Sea ups the ante with stronger-than-expected 3Q20 results: CGS-CIMB

Internet platform provider Sea’s 3QFY2020 results came in above expectations with strong revenue growth at 99% y-o-y, say CGS-CIMB analysts Ong Khang Chuen and Darren Ong.

Sea Group reports net loss of US$425.6 million in 3Q2020 despite stronger performance of digital entertainment and e-commerce segments - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Results

Sea Group reports net loss of US$425.6 million in 3Q2020 despite stronger performance of digital entertainment and e-commerce segments

Technology firm Sea Group – which owns e-commerce platform Shopee and game developer Garena – logged net losses of US$425.6 million ($571.90 million) in 3QFY2020 ended Sep 30, up 106.3% from the US

Sea and IMDA to create 500 tech job opportunities in partnership - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Sea and IMDA to create 500 tech job opportunities in partnership

Sea Limited and the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) will be partnering to hire and train 500 Singaporeans for tech jobs under a new programme.

M&A

Sea’s pandemic surge is currency for some bold M&A

A doubling of revenue coupled with a 263% surge in Sea Ltd.’s shares aren’t enough to make the Southeast Asian internet company profitable, but they do provide something almost as important: opport

Broker's Calls

SEA rises strongly on Covid-19 tide though profits remain elusive

Tech stocks continue to profit from Covid-19 lockdown measures, as SEA Ltd reported strong adjusted revenue growth of 93.4% y-o-y and 40.8% q-o-q.

Results

Sea's 3Q losses widen to US$133 mil on higher costs and expenses

SINGAPORE (Nov 22): Sea, the Singapore-based online entertainment and gaming firm formerly known as Garena, announced 3Q17 ended Selosses doubled to US$132.7 million ($179.8 million) from a loss of

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